Fixxer_upper special, with scuffs all around. We replaced the right handlebar, brake reservoir, and right foot peg, from a deer wreck. The old owner of it saw it & stopped by saying he was only going about 20 mph 1 mile from home. You could repair just about every thing with some creative paintwork. Most of the scuffed bits can be sanded and blacked out. It runs and drives perfect with only 2k miles. You still need signals, and repair the gauge bracket, and change the plexi lens. It as a Pa salvage certificate, and that should make it pass inspection. The Ducati Scrambler Cafe Racer, Scrambler's interpretation of the legendary bikes that created a revolution in the motorcycle world, is an expression of free spirit and an emblem of style. Its "Black Coffee" color brings back the 60s to today's Land of Joy.
The typical Scrambler teardrop tank with interchangeable panels is combined with a new seat, specially designed and equipped with a seat cover for the passenger. The handlebars with mirrors attached to the ends are typical of 60s racing; the same goes for the Termignoni exhaust with double silencer, the headlight fairing, the side number holders and the new Pirelli Diablo? Rosso II with 17-inch aluminum wheels. The styling is a clear reference to the style of the Rockers that in those days sped through the streets of the English capital.
The Ducati Scrambler Cafe Racer reinterprets what was one of the most influential movements in the history of motorcycling, recreating a legend with a contemporary character reflecting the essence of the Scrambler.